Articles tagged: online backups
Old backups typically have all of the files that were on your machine at the time the backup was taken — and that’s what you want.
Backing up data using an online backup service can seem to be an effective solution, and it can be an important part of an overall strategy, but there are important limits and considerations.
Using Dropbox to share files across machines is pretty common. You can also use Dropbox on only one machine as backup technology.
Certainly any hard drive can fail. Failure is a fact of life – data loss does not need to be.
With hardware failures, accidental deletions, and more, it’s easy to lose files as you are working on them. What’s the easiest way to back up your computer as you go?
Not just email, but any information that is anywhere on “the cloud” is subject to backups. That means there is a copy somewhere. Is this a problem?
Whenever we use an online service, such as an online backup, we’re trusting that they’re doing what they say they do: keeping our information secure.